Invicta Dynamos coach Kevin Parrish wants his side to take cup form into league programme
Invicta Dynamos maintained their perfect NIHL Cup Division South
A record on Sunday but coach Kevin Parrish would like to see his
side transfer that form to their league programme.
The Mos made it five wins from five cup games following their
8-3 success at Bracknell and can take another big step towards
qualifying for the South area play-off when they travel to meet
bottom-of-the-table Peterborough on Saturday night.
Parrish (pictured) said: "It would be nice to get through to the
final because we haven’t been in one for a few years.
"It was a comfortable win at Bracknell. They rested a few
players because they are out of it and we didn’t really have to get
out of second gear for most of the game."
Parrish’s satisfaction with Sunday’s victory was diluted by his
side’s 7-6 league defeat at Streatham Redskins 24 hours
Parrish said: "It looked like we were dead and buried after the
second period but we showed a lot of character in the final period
and it’s just a shame we don’t show that character for 50 or 60
"If we did we would be a good team and it’s just inconsistency
that’s holding us back."
Parrish hopes to have a full squad available for this weekend’s
away double header. After the trip to Peterborough the Mos will be
on the road again on Sunday for a league game at the Romford
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